"Words are but the images of matter" --- Francis Bacon | Exploring the materiality of language in the early modern world and beyond
research education, academic writing, public engagement, funding, other eccentricities.
Books and literature articles, news and events, from the UK's top Department of English Studies at Durham University
A Creative & Critical Writing PhD Sketchbook
Website of Dr Charlotte Mathieson
Info on Shakespeare, Renaissance literature and other useful library and research stuff.
Group for Early Modern Studies
Anne Sophie Refskou
A blog about Cardiff, its people, and the alternative arts and cultural scene!
Cities. Culture. Regeneration. PhD Musings.
18th September 2015, Cardiff University
An Early Career Academic with special expertise in English Literature & emerging expertise in Creative Economy
Welcome to my blog! I am an academic historian of medicine and the body, and 2014 AHRC/BBC 'New Generation Thinker'. Please enjoy and let me know what you think.
Blog posts, mainly Shakespearean
A Public Humanities Website for Enthusiasts of 18th-Century Studies
The European Society for Textual Scholarship
the history of 'the unruly sort of clowns' and other early modern peculiarities
Edia Connole & Scott Wilson
The one where I tell you my thoughts about the plays I see
An inclusive community reading group
PUBLIC HISTORY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
University of Sussex, 14th-16th July 2015
Reading writing. Writing reading.
Made in Scotland, from data
An online notebook of literature, philosophy, and the arts
☛ Thoughts on the Eighteenth Century, Daniel Defoe, and Digital Humanities
Thoughts on eighteenth-century literature and digital technology
A symposium and script-in-hand performance of the play
Cardiff Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century Seminar
Home of Kingston Shakespeare, KiSS, KiSSiT
A blog celebrating Shakespeare Education & Performance in NYC
Reflections on quotations for life
A blog about medieval and renaissance literature and modern culture.
Actually I'm no longer a head of department (now Dean of Postgraduate Research and the Exeter Doctoral College), but still blogging on matters relevant to academics and students. All views are my own and not necessarily those of my employer. If you like a post, please publicize it; if you don't, please leave a comment to tell me why - Andrew McRae (http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/english/staff/mcrae/; @McRaeAndrew).
Renaissance drama: then, now & sometimes in between
Jem Bloomfield on culture, gender and Christianity
An edited collection exploring the politics of domestic drama